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$10K in Stolen Snowboarding Gear Recovered in Missoula

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MISSOULA -

Missoula Police recover $10,000 in snowboarding gear stolen from a car parked at a hotel.

Police said they responded to a break-in of a vehicle parked at a hotel on N. Reserve St. on Saturday morning.

They estimated approximately $10,000 in snowboard gear and vehicle parts were stolen from the vehicle.

Police confirmed the vehicle belonged to a professional athlete.

Facebook posts show Ken Block, a professional rally driver, had his truck broken into while parked at a Missoula hotel.

He writes they had DC snowboards, jackets, boots and other gear stolen from the truck.

On Sunday, patrol officers prepared a search warrant for a residence located in the 3600 block of Stephens Ave.

After searching the home, they found nearly all of the stolen property and recovered it.

Detectives are currently conducting interviews and gathering leads.

They said they have identified a suspect, who is being sought for questioning.

Anyone with information about this theft is asked to contact Detective Mitch Lang at 552-6292, or Missoula Crime Stoppers at 721-4444.

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